May 10 – May 24, 2011
The distance between St. Thomas and the British Virgin Islands is a matter of an hour sail. We saw a lot of charter boats from the British Virgin Islands visiting several of the anchorages we were at in the American Virgin Islands. We never planned on spending much time in the BVI’s as we had explored the area before when we did a bareboat charter with Bob's sister ... Read Full Entry
Like so many others we love to travel and we love to sail so cruising makes a lot of sense. Janice has retired from Cornell as a business manager and Bob has retired from South Seneca school district as the high school principal. It's time to sell the house, get rid of whatever doesn't fit on our 40 foot Caliber LRC named Tsamaya (this means Travel Well in Setswana) and set off to see the world. Our reasons for publishing this blog is twofold, first to keep in touch with our friends and family and secondly to share our experiences. If you would like to receive notification when we have added ... full info
DSC04686 [1600x1200]The US Supermarket on the French side – we didn’t see much that we recognized here as being “American” (maybe it was all that French writing??) They do have some very inexpensive French wine that we will stock up on.
Old school busesBob always said that he knew old school buses found a home somewhere else. This one has some of its lights out but still on the road here in St. Martin.
Hurricane damageYou may not see it well, but there is quite a large hole in the side of this boat but it is still floating
Hurricane damageIt is obvious that St Martin has seen its share of hurricanes as seen by these hulls